The highest representative body of university students in Slovakia has been dealing with the topic of fraudulent companies since May, which are final theses for students. “We have started negotiations with the Stop Corruption Foundation, which has published frightening findings about the extent of academic fraud. This is very well done by the Foundation and proves that this issue needs extensive treatment.” ŠRVŠ noted.
There are at least 22 active websites in Slovakia that sell final theses to students. Jobs are also written by university staff. This comes from findings from the Stop Corruption Foundation, which analyzed the market for the final theses. “If only the 22 largest companies in the market had 2,000 to 3,000 customers a year, ten percent of graduates could graduate with the work that is being purchased each year.” Male from the institution.
ŠRVŠ channel claims that it is preparing, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, such an amendment to the Law on Higher Education Institutions, which would prevent dishonest actions of fraudulent companies and prevent academic fraud. “In addition, it is necessary to look at the issue in terms of motivating students who buy a job, and to try to stop this negative trend with universities and other partners.” Added by ŠRVŠ.
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